Meet the Team

Keith Montgomery

Keith Montgomery, Executive Director

Keith Montgomery joined the CTH in September as the Executive Director. Previously, he was the Sr. Director for Marketing Communications for the Mid-Atlantic region from 2005-2010, which included KP’s worksite wellness department, HealthWorks. In 2011, he became Sr. Manager for Sales and Marketing programs focusing on acquisition and retention in commercial accounts and added B2B marketing to his areas of responsibility.

Keith has previously worked as a consultant in pharmaceutical and health care delivery system for top PR agencies as well as internally for health care leaders such as Washington Hospital Center/Medstar Health, Duke University Health System and Vitas Healthcare, the nation’s largest hospice provider.

His areas of interests in Total Health include: prevention/wellness, alternative health and end-of-life care.

Fun fact: I actually enjoy a three-day juice cleanse!

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Ted Eytan, MD, MS, MPH, Medical Director

Ted Eytan, MD, MS, MPH, Medical Director

I’ve been Medical Director of the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health since 2012, where I have enjoyed partnering with this great team to support total health practice, social innovation and Permanente Medicine (of course). My two words are “equity” and “prevention.” You can learn more about the portfolio of total health activities I engage in on my twitter feed or blog, which I keep up to promote open leadership. I’m looking forward to meeting you!

His areas of interests in Total Health include: equity, prevention access; active transportation.

Fun Fact: I like to take pictures.

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Mohsin Hashmi, Senior Project Manager

Mohsin joined Kaiser Permanente in June 2016 as the Senior Project Manager at the Center for Total Health. In this role, he manages the budget, operations, and technology for the center. He graduated from George Mason University with a degree in Finance.

His areas of interests in Total Health include: aging in place; technology; fitness.

Fun Fact: let’s hit the trails, love mountain biking.

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